In her lawsuit, Huett had alleged that Weinstein lured her to a room at the Peninsula hotel in Beverly Hills in November 2010 under the guise of helping her procure future TV and film roles.
Haleyi claimed during a Tuesday press conference that the incident occurred at Weinstein's home in New York City in 2006, the New York Post reported. The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network says it has received 21 percent more calls than usual in a surge the organization's vice president of communications attributes to the bravery of Weinstein's accusers.
She said that she approached the Hollywood heavyweight at that time about doing some work on one of his sets, and he urged her to come meet him at his hotel so they could discuss the matter. "With respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual". He wouldn't take no for an answer.
The persistent 65-year-old moviemaker also asked her to join him on a jaunt to Paris to attend couture shows.
She said she finally managed to shut him down by sniping to him, "I'm not going to Paris with you, I hear you have a awful reputation with women".
Allred is representing three accusers who have gone public with accusations against the co-founder of Miramax and The Weinstein Co.
"In Hollywood, there's a name for what happened here", Herman said.
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But Weinstein got in touch afterward and offered her a job on one of his TV productions in NY.
On Tuesday, another woman came forward, alleging that Weinstein sexually assaulted her in 2006.
When Weinstein returned from Paris, he invited her to his residence, which had children's drawings on display, she said.
She's also finding solace in other women.
Mimi Haleyi is on a list of people that NY officials are seeking to speak with in the ongoing investigation into allegations against Weinstein, according to law enforcement sources. "I didn't think at that time that enough people were sharing their stories". "So within those groups, definitely we shared our horror and just commitment to one another to do whatever we can to make sure that people are outed and that there is justice".
Since the start of this month, Weinstein has faced numerous allegations of harassment and sexual abuse.
More than 40 women have accused Weinstein of inappropriate behavior, ranging from sexual harassment to rape, since The New York Times first published an article exposing decades of Weinstein's alleged misdeeds.